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Monday morning one-liners

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Former Bills coach Marv Levy earned the 17th spot on ESPN.com’s list of the best coaches of all time.

Several members of the Dolphins will be thinking about their family members in the military on Memorial Day.

Former Patriots T Matt Light expects “stiff competition” at an upcoming “Cornhole Commotion” event he’s hosting.  [Editor’s note:  Beavis just passed out from laughter.]

Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg praised QB Mark Sanchez’s accuracy in OTAs.

Ravens DE Will Pericak is dealing with diabetes as well as trying to make the roster.

Bengals CB Leon Hall doesn’t do much self-promotion.

Offensive coordinator Norv Turner says the Browns offense will be in attack mode next season.

OL Ramon Foster isn’t taking a Steelers roster spot for granted.

Colts quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen spent time visiting military personnel overseas this offseason.

Recapping the Jaguars offseason to date while looking at the big questions still facing the team.

Titans coach Mike Munchak shares his thoughts on the start of OTAs.

Said Broncos LB Shaun Phillips of signing in Denver, “At this point in my career, I’ve made some money. I’ve done that. So it was really just down to do you go to the team that pays you the most money and you have a miserable season? Or do you go to a team that will take care of you and give you a chance to win?”

The Chiefs are moving at a faster pace this offseason.

KR Josh Cribbs talks about his first days with the Raiders.

The Chargers’ website wraps up the last week of activity around the team.

Former Giants DE and current morning TV host Michael Strahan said the Cowboys would have won a Super Bowl if he played for them.

Giants DB Terrell Thomas said that his oft-injured knee has been holding up well this spring.

Eagles special teams coach Dave Fipp is working to turn things around after a poor 2012 for those units.

Don’t ask Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper to compare his knee injury to the one suffered by Redskins QB Robert Griffin III.

Former Bears LB Brian Urlacher ranks his five most memorable games.

Lions DT Ndamukong Suh met up with an octopus at a recent Red Wings game.  [Editor’s note:  Hopefully, that won’t inspire a new sandwich at Subway.]

Evan Dietrich-Smith has strengthened his hold on the Packers’ center job.

The Vikings kick off the next phase of their offseason this week.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan is 27 touchdown passes away from tying the franchise record.

As part of his initiation to life in Charlotte, Panthers DT Star Lotulelei is learning about NASCAR.

Saints WR Kenny Stills helped Feed the Children distribute supplies in Moore, Oklahoma on Sunday.

Five Buccaneers who might be on the hot seat this season.

Cardinals CB Javier Arenas thinks the team’s defense can be very good this season.

Looking at the Rams’ running back situation in comparison to their divisional rivals.

A statistical breakdown of the 49ers cornerbacks.

Seahawks S Kam Chancellor hosted a free cookout for kids in Norfolk, Virginia on Saturday.

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6 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. johndont says: May 27, 2013 8:47 AM

    Dear Cleveland Browns, its good to hear your offense is going to be in the attack mode this year. I think they call it “play football”.

  2. thegreatgabbert says: May 27, 2013 12:06 PM

    Gabbert didn’t miss the last six games because of the torn labrum in his shoulder. He played most of the season with that. He went on IR to heal the nerve damage in his throwing arm. Which gives you some indication of what the rest of the USA Today perspective is worth.

  3. patriotenvy says: May 27, 2013 12:26 PM

    That has to be the worst name for a bean bag game. When I was in Afghanistan the people in charge of moral had a sign in front of the chow tent that advertised a “corn hole competition” they got so many comments about the lifting of DADT they later put another sign that said “it’s a bean bag game”.

  4. souldogdave says: May 27, 2013 12:36 PM

    CORNHOLE , JOSH.

  5. j0esixpack says: May 27, 2013 12:53 PM

    “Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg praised QB Mark Sanchez’s accuracy in OTAs.”

    … immediately after Sanchez threw 3 INTs in practice.

    Seriously – read the link.

  6. SAV says: May 27, 2013 3:43 PM

    Birds vs Birds Superbowl

    Ravens versus Falcons.

    Ravens will soon be $4million under the cap which will make room for them to sign a ILB or WR. I the Falcons in a Flacco vs. Ryan future star matchup.

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